It has been determined that people with high vitamin D levels have a lower incidence of colon cancer.
According to the news on the website "Scienceblog", which includes science news, especially women with high vitamin D levels have a lower risk of colon cancer.
Researchers from over 20 institutions, including Harvard University, the Chan School of Public Health, the National Cancer Institute and the Cancer Society of America, combined their studies of 12,000 people from the USA, Europe and Asia.
The research revealed that the optimal level of vitamin D for colon cancer prevention is greater than the recommended 600 units per day.
Accordingly, it was determined that people with vitamin D levels above the recommended concentration were 22 percent less likely to develop colon cancer.
It is not yet known which level is the optimal level.